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I'd like to be able to work from home to make a living but I cannot seem to find anything that isn't a scam.

Does anyone know of any legitimate opportunities?

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ntdc
I'd like to be able to work from home to make a living but I cannot seem to find anything that isn't a scam.

Does anyone know of any legitimate opportunities?

I work from home however I am in a technical profession. I don't know what kind of line of work you are in. You may be able to find work on Amazon's Mechanical Turk

Odesk or Elance. Though the latter two skew mainly toward technical professionals,writers and graphic artists.

I'm not completely sure what your skills are in.

Also I worked for a brief period as a telephone psychic during university. This is a pretty easy job you do from home all thats required is a telephone line (dedicated land-line), quiet time and some imagination. It takes a bit to get the hang of it but I'm sure people who are very good at it can make a decent living.

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Plupha

Your best opportunity would be to find something you're good at that you can do from home and build on that.

Alternatively, there may be listings in your paper for work from home transcriptionists (basically just typing things out for people from audio or handwritten notes) etc.

Keep looking and good luck!

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